San Diego is the third-largest biotech hub in the world, but some experts worry the city could lose its standing if reforms aren’t made.

What it Means:

Other cities are vying for the lucrative industry, which contributes roughly $9 billion annually to San Diego’s public coffers and employees 40,000 people.

What’s Next:

Most insiders say San Diego has to prove it can provide ample infrastructure and amenities to keep the industry here in coming years.

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